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Message from Julie: The Power of Words

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“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” You may have heard this as a child, I know I did. And while those who told

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Want to have a difficult conversation? Build Trust

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Trust is the foundation of high performing organizations. It creates a stable framework for leaders and employees to feel valued, safe and respected. Trust makes it possible for organizations to

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Creating a Culture of Accountability: How to Have Difficult Conversations

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Think about the last time you and a friend tried to choose a place to eat. It might have gone something like this: Where do you want to eat? I

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For Everything DiSC® Facilitators: Using DiSC® to Maintain High-Performing Culture

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Nearly a year after the pandemic forced organizations across the globe to establish, in many cases, a total work-from-home workforce much of that workforce remains remote. While some employees have

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Getting on the Same Page: How to Align Your Team’s Priorities for Success

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Imagine you’re driving a car with a badly misaligned steering wheel. The vehicle eventually gets you where you want to go. However, the process is exhausting, frustrating, scary, and inefficient.

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Achieve Team and Company Goals With the Team Alignment Survey

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Slightly more than one-third of companies have a standard approach to setting goals. Of those that do have company-wide goals, 76% of them have cascading goals which start with the

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A Year in Review: The “Best” of 2020

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If you’re like me, you’re probably more than ready to see 2020 in a rearview mirror. Let’s not mince words: this year sucked. A global pandemic, travel restrictions and lockdowns, protests and riots, quarantines,

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For Everything DiSC® Facilitators: Using DiSC to Improve Team Communication

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“I want to improve the way my team communicates”. This is the number one request I hear from leaders. And on the flip side, the number one complaint team members have about their leaders is,

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Message From Julie: The Consequences of Mistaking Subjective Reality for Objective Reality

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  Have you ever wondered how two people can perceive the same situation from such totally different perspectives? It happens all the time. Two witnesses have differing accounts of what happened. Two team members insist their approach to achieving the goal is the

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Featured Product: The Five Behaviors® for Virtual Teams

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Managing virtual teams is a challenge you can overcome? When the coronavirus pandemic struck in February, many effective leaders were forced to lead their teams remotely using video conferencing as

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